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District Court Aug. 17 Sarah Hays, judge Traffic Speeding – Roca Arenas, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $281; Tamekia Lashay, combined with failure to use child restraint device in a vehicle, $193 plus state traffic school; Albeza C. Quiroz, $198; Brittany N. Conklin, combined with reckless driving, $243 plus state traffic school; Kyle H. Degener, $198; Javier D.V. Garcia, $173; Milton Chavarria, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $383; Ryan W. Harp, combined with no/expired registration plates, $223; Troy W. Hopkins, combined with operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license, $371; Isaiah W. Jackson, $198; Ricardo M. Rodriguez, combined with no operator’s/moped license, $263; Benjamin Twisenge, combined with instructional permit violations, $243. Failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance – Howard B. Campbell, $243. Disregarding traffic light – Jose Vallejo, combined with no operator’s/moped license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance, $768. Operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license – Joshua J. Reed, $168 plus 45 days with credit. Failure to wear seatbelt – Mark E. Smith, combined with no operator’s license in possession, $218. DUI – Steven Garrobo, $1,093 plus 60 days home incarceration with two days credit.

Misdemeanors Making false statement to obtain increase of benefit over $100 – Mortay M. Williams, 280 Church Street, $235.50 plus time served. Possession of controlled substance, third-degree – Glendon J. Huff, 132 Pandy Street, $210.50. Harassment – Steven C. Klups, 850 Tyrone Pike, $185.50 plus three days with credit. Alcohol intoxication in a public place – Bryan L. Perez, 213 Curry Court, 30 days with 30 days credit. Criminal trespassing, third-degree – Gavin K. Sunbom, 810 Tyrone Pike, $200.50. Police Reports Versailles police responded to one vehicle accident involving injuries, four non-injury accidents, one domestic-related complaint and made one arrest. On Aug. 15 at 7:30 a.m., a Saturn Aura driven by Abea Kashnidi, 42, of Lexington, was eastbound on Lexington Road and rear-ended a Mazda 3 driven by Valerie Wethington, 52, of Lexington, as Wethington’s vehicle was slowing to turn right into Doughdaddy’s. Kashnidi said Wethington did not use her turn signal; Wethington said she did. Wethington was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital. Police say Kashnidi’s vehicle was not under proper control. On Aug. 23, a 58-inch smart television worth $200 and $250 in cash were reported stolen from a home on Milner Road. On Aug. 23, public intoxication (controlled substance) and person 18-20 purchase/attempt to purchase/have another purchase alcohol were reported on South Hill Road. On Aug. 22, $250 worth of drywall was reported stolen from a home on Rosewood Drive. On Aug. 21, a red and black concrete jockey statue worth $100 was reported stolen from a home on Molly Street. On Aug. 20, catalytic converters for a 2008 Toyota Tacoma worth $2,514 were reported stolen from an industrial site on Industry Drive. On Aug. 17, police made an arrest on Virginia Avenue for trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school and several other charges. On Aug. 20, a Plano tackle box and other items worth a total of $330 were reported stolen from a home on Poplar Street. On Aug. 19, first-degree fleeing or evading police and other violations were reported on Linden Drive. On Aug. 20, first-degree criminal trespassing was reported at a Clifton Road home. On Aug. 20, menacing was reported on Fieldview Drive. On Aug. 20, a motor scooter worth $760 was reported stolen on Cleveland Avenue. On Aug. 18, a vehicle was reported leaving the scene of an accident on Cherry Hill Court. Fire Reports City Firefighters made three EMS assists and installed two smoke detectors and eight car seats from Aug. 18 to Aug. 24. On Aug. 18, they responded to a fire alarm at Quad/Graphics and assisted with a child stuck in a washing machine at a Southland Drive home. On Aug. 20, they responded to a fire alarm at Quad/Graphics and a smoke odor at Margaret Hall Manor. On Aug. 22, they responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on Rose Hill Avenue. On Aug. 23, they responded to smoke in Margaret Hall Manor that was caused by an electrical short. On Aug. 24, they responded to a downed power line on South Main Street.

County Firefighters made one EMS assist from Aug. 18 to Aug. 24. On Aug. 18, they responded to a smoke alarm on Steele Road. On Aug. 21, they responded to a false alarm and tractor on fire on Big Sink Road. On Aug. 22, they responded to a vehicle accident on the Bluegrass Parkway, a natural gas odor on Colony Drive and a smoke alarm on Berlin Drive. On Aug. 23, they responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on Big Sink Pike, a house fire on Regent Road and a car fire on Lexington Road. On Aug. 24, they responded to a house fire on Bayberry Road. Public Records SUITS Petitions for the dissolution of marriage – Rhonda Abshear vs. William Abshear; Lori Holman vs. Michael Holman. Commonwealth of Kentucky, ex rel., vs. Danny Eckler for support for minor children. Michael Jordan, et al., vs. Joy Brown, et al., for $279,553 claimed due related to a contract. National Collegiate Student Loan Trust vs. Jordan Heighton for $6,548 claimed due on a debt. Kaitlyn Stone vs. Derrick Crowe for paternity ruling, custody of and support for a minor child. Wendell Hall vs. estate of Beverly Dunn for damages related to May 6 vehicle accident. Eric Geldhof vs. Jordan Rogers for custody of minor child. Gateway Financial Solutions vs. Catherine Lewis for $8,765.52 claimed due on a debt. Russelville Rentals LLC vs. Robert Graeter for $3,595 claimed due on a debt. Joseph L. Gay, et al., vs. Lawrence Morton, et al., for ruling involving property agreement.

DEEDS Rita A. O’Neal to Kendra Nicole Feck and Joseph Wayne Feck, 118 Bell Avenue, $121,900. Loretta Webber Henson and Rebecca Webber, as co-executors of the Audrey P. Thompson estate, to James Joseph Sheets and Kimberly Ilene Sheets, 212 Normandy Circle and land parcel, $180,500. Anthony S. Porter and Emily C. Porter to Howard Wayne Whitehead, 209 Gleneagles Way, $257,250. Michael Shane Smith and Amy Smith to Brittany Dumont and Griffin Dumont, 331 Lynnwood Drive, $278,000. Darrell Gosnell and Kathryn Gosnell to Jennifer Lynn Smith, 320 Carli Court, $370,000. John E. Cloyd and Eula J. Cloyd to Rebecca Davis and Rickey Davis, 1778 Huntertown Road, other consideration. Fayette Veterinary Clinic, Inc. (William P. Bischoff, president) to William P. Bischoff, Hifner Road, $1. Dennis K. Taylor and Cheryl L. Taylor to Ruth Churchill, 229 Paddock Drive, $178,400. Ball Homes, LLC to Alan Lockhart and Daryl Anne Lockhart, 3016 Rosewood Drive, $364,148. Ronny A. Eaves to Stacey Danielle Moberly, 800 Janet Street, $125,000. Michael Edward Morrow and Barbara Morrow to Thomas Woodside and Suzanne Woodside, 2450 Duncan Road, $35,000. Matthew Britton and Selina Britton to Christian Meyers Browning and Stephanie Maria Browning, 1498 Shore Acres Road, $140,000. Ball Homes, LLC to Dana Klimkina and Chris Nicolas Jacovitch, 220 Brunswick Circle, $293,500. SPR Management Company, LLC (Brad Lawson, owner) to Stephany N. Nunneley, 123 Pandy Street, $149,900. Teri T. Tucker to SPR Management Company, LLC (James Bradley Lawson, manager), 780 Janet Street, $139,000. Michael A. Van Aelstyn to John Clark Moffett and Amanda Kay Moffett, 555 Debra Street, $144,900. Paige MaKenzie Sawyer, Mitzi Ann Sawyer and Timothy W. Sawyer to Laura E. Myers, 61 School House Road, $179,900. Catherine Margaret Riley to Donald Mark Patrick and Rosemarie Ann Patrick, 214 Chestnut Lane, $157,000. Legends Development, LLC (Robert DeArmond, member) to GSL Construction, LLC (Roman Slobodzian, member), 125 Classic Court, $69,250. G & K Motor Sports, Inc. (Galen D. Young, president) to Jessica Little and James Little, 3016 Red Oak Trail, $65,000. DeArmond Construction, & Remodeling, Inc. (Robert DeArmond, president) to John M. Hayman and Joan E. Hayman, 323 Furlong Trace, $549,285.96.

MARRIAGE LICENSES Jason Anthony Palmer and Leslie Jean Burgher; Devon Lee Andrew Thacker and Telisha Danielle Kendrick; Logan Thomas Gillespie and Madison Kennedy Poff; James Tracy Eller and Leslie Gail Owens; Scott Robert Walton and Kimberly Ann McGuire.

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